Corrections: The Hatchet incorrectly reported that mascot Big George pictured in the photo of the women’s basketball game on Saturday. The newest mascot, George, was there to root on the crowd.
January 17, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 33
Stories from the January 17, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Students and community members can now submit their complaints or praise for the University’s security through an online form.
Welcome back GW! While most of us have probably already broken our New Year’s resolutions, here are some that we hope the University community keeps over the next semester. Don’t lose faith in men’s basketball The men’s basketball season opened with heightened excitement as head coach Mike Lonergan ushered in a new era for Colonials […]
Wednesday The New Republic’s newsmakers on technology Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and other newsmakers will discuss the future of technology and information in a variety of disciplines. Marvin Center Grand Ballroom – 8 to 11:30 a.m. Messages from the mountaintop Students, faculty and staff will read excerpts throughout the day from […]
The University filled the vacancy of its top human resources executive this week.
A recently launched shuttle service is giving Foggy Bottom’s senior citizens a ride to local supermarkets, following the shutdown of the Safeway at the Watergate Complex in December. The free bus service transports residents ages 60 and above to and from the Trader Joe’s on 25th Street and the Georgetown Safeway. The solution came after […]
Universities will have to shoulder higher salary costs for researchers working with grants from the National Institutes of Health, a new rule that this fiscal year’s federal budget mandates. The NIH, an agency that provided nearly half of GW’s research money in 2010, lowered its salary cap for outside researchers by $20,000 in the federal […]
The University will announce its new leader for the Center for Alcohol and other Drug Education Tuesday, the first step in reevaluating its approach to substance abuse prevention. Alexis Janda will serve as CADE’s associate director, a position that has been vacant for four years. Janda formerly worked as assistant director for programming at Fordham […]
One of the University’s greatest strengths – access to prime internships and jobs – is also a weakness.